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I need to find a music program...

2017-08-18 08:19:48 by DjPig

I need to start making music, It says Dj in my name for a reason!! Could u guys help me out and help me find a music program? It would mean the world to me!

           -DjPig


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AndoGDTunesAndoGDTunes

2017-08-18 08:40:57

I use Logic Pro X, which is kinda pricey and not exactly user-friendly, but there's so much that you can do with it! all the sounds are included, some you have to download, but they're free of cost. Once you start figuring out how to use it, its easy. For learning, search MusicTechHelpGuy on Youtube. He's got a full video tutorial series on using the Logic Pro. thanks for taking the time to read this!
~Ando

(Updated ) DjPig responds:

I have ten bucks. -_-


ElectroManiac123ElectroManiac123

2017-08-18 08:52:13

I would HIGHLY recommend FL Studio 11!
It's really easy to use once you get the hang of it!
It may be confusing at first but you just need to watch 1 to 3 tutorials to understand the basics and figure out the rest for yourself.
I dont know much about Abelton but i have heard that it's one of the best ones you can find(FL Studio is also one of the best ones)!
If you buy one of them,i would also recommend buying the Serum plugin.
You can make some nice Dubstep basses with that thing and make some other awesome sounds!
If you want to hear what it sounds like i would suggest looking up Virtual Riot because he uses Serum in his songs. :)

ElectroManiac123:Anyone can make music if they just try! :D

DjPig responds:

I tried it, It couldn't support my terrible computer


AndoGDTunesAndoGDTunes

2017-08-19 09:21:24

ah... okay...

DjPig responds:

Im sad about it. :(


KR1DKR1D

2017-08-20 07:17:23

It depends on what kind of computer you have. If it's a PC I'd recommend an FL Studio demo or something. Otherwise idk anything for PC. If it's a Mac I would highly suggest starting out with GarageBand. It's either already installed or it can be bought for $5. There's plenty of good features in GB. If you are considering making the jump to Logic, I would try using GarageBand for a while to get used to the features and learn how to use it (it is very similar to Logic).

(Updated ) DjPig responds:

I dont have an apple computer -_-
I found a program called Audiotool but dont know how to use it though. :P